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Tonal alignment patterns in Spanish
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We examine the F 0 peak alignment patterns of H* accents placed in three positions in the word (Initial , Medial , and Final) and in dif ferent prosodic contexts (end of intonational phrase, end of intermediate phrase, and phrase-medial position), systematically changing syllabic position in syllables to the next stressed syllable. Expand
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Structured Debriefing and Students' Clinical Judgment Abilities in Simulation
Abstract Background Debriefing is a critical component of clinical simulation, yet there are limited studies that demonstrate the outcomes of debriefing on learners' clinical judgment. Method UsingExpand
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Acoustic Correlates of Stress in Central Catalan and Castilian Spanish
The general literature on the phonetic correlates of stress agrees that duration, and in stress accent languages, F0 are consistent correlates of stress. However, the role of amplitude changes in theExpand
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Pitch downtrend in Spanish
Abstract In this study, the scaling of peak fundamental frequency (f0) values in Mexican Spanish downstepping contours is examined as a function of the following linguistic factors: (1) phrasalExpand
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DISENTANGLING STRESS FROM ACCENT IN SPANISH: PRODUCTION PATTERNS OF THE STRESS CONTRAST IN DEACCENTED SYLLABLES *
According to Sluijter and colleagues (1996a, 1997), stress is independent from accent because it has its own phonetic cues: stressed vowels are longer and have flatter spectral tilts than theirExpand
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Response of plant species richness and primary productivity in shrublands along a north–south gradient in Europe to seven years of experimental warming and drought: reductions in primary productivity
We used a nonintrusive field experiment carried out at six sites – Wales (UK), Denmark (DK), the Netherlands (NL), Hungary (HU), Sardinia (Italy – IT), and Catalonia (Spain – SP) – along a climaticExpand
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Training with rhythmic beat gestures benefits L2 pronunciation in discourse-demanding situations
Recent research has shown that beat gestures (hand gestures that co-occur with speech in spontaneous discourse) are temporally integrated with prosodic prominence and that they help word memorizationExpand
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Alternative (non-animal) methods for cosmetics testing: current status and future prospects—2010
The 7th amendment to the EU Cosmetics Directive prohibits to put animal-tested cosmetics on the market in Europe after 2013. In that context, the European Commission invited stakeholder bodiesExpand
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A Modular Approach to the ECVAM Principles on Test Validity
The European Centre for the Validation of Alternative Methods (ECVAM) proposes to make the validation process more flexible, while maintaining its high standards. The various aspects of validationExpand
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The segmental anchoring hypothesis revisited: Syllable structure and speech rate effects on peak timing in Spanish
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The goal of this research was to study the segmental anchoring hypothesis (henceforth, SAH) was the study Arvaniti et al. (1998). Expand
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